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8:14 AM / Saturday March 23, 2019

8 Mar 2019

Bobbi Kristina Serenity House and Brookview House partner to combat domestic violence for homeless families

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ABOVE PHOTO: Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheredge-Brown  (Photo: By Jamie Lamor Thompson / shutterstock)

By Florence Anthony

It looks like Oprah Winfrey jetted across the pond, escaping all the controversy surrounding her interview with with Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who accuse Michael Jackson of molesting them in the HBO documentary, “Leaving Neverland.” The billionairess was reportedly all smiles as she posed for photos with Janelle Monae at the Stella McCartney Collection during Paris Fashion Week WomensWear 2019/2020 Fall/Winter Show on March 4 in Paris, France. The iconic TV mogul and songstress/actress Monae were joined at the event by A-listers who included Formula 1 Race Car Driver Lewis Hamilton and Karlie Kloss. Meanwhile, former child star Corey Feldman called Robson and Safechuck “liars” on Twitter…..

Legendary Grammy Award winner Dionne Warwick will release her first new album in five years, “SHE’S BACK,” on May 10. Produced by her son, Damon Elliot, the album will be released via his Kind Music and Entertainment One (e One). The lead-off single will be an updated version of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David classic, “What The World Needs Now Is Love,” which Dionne recorded during the 1960s……..

The Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House (BKSH), a non-profit founded by singer Bobby Brown and his wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown to support victims of domestic violence, and Dorchester, Mass-based Brookview House announced a partnership to jointly combat domestic violence in Massachussetts. In the near term, BKSH is assisting with fundraising and awareness efforts around Brookview’s annual luncheon and symposium, the Power of the Purse, which is taking place on Thursday, April 11 at the Seaport Hotel Plaza Ballroom in Boston. The event features a celebrity purse auction and is designed to raise awareness and financial support for the courageous moms of Brookview lifting their children out of homelessness……

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Boasting a fabulous cast which includes Pauletta Pearson Washington, Ebony JoAnn, La Chanze, Michelle Shay and Phyllis Yvonne Stickney, The Billie Holiday Theatre in collaboration with Frank Silvera Writers’ Workshop honors Women’s History Month with the Third Annual “50 in50: Letters to Our Daughters.” The play will be presented coast-to-coast in New York and Los Angeles. The March 9 presentation will be held at the Kumble Theater at LIU, Brooklyn at 3 pm and 7 pm. The Los Angeles show will premiere at Richard and Tina Knowles Lawson’s WACO Theater Center on Saturday, March 16 at 3 pm and 7 pm……..

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